Zoom affecting width of horizontal menu

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  1. Larry
    Larry avatar
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    Nov 2011

    Posted 28 Jan 2013 Link to this post

    I have a menu that has background images.  The menu is the appropriate width (lining up with other items within the div container) when zoom is set to 100% in IE, Chrome and Firefox.  However, when I zoom in the width varies in relation to the other items on the page.  Sometimes the overall width is narrower than it should be.  Other times it is wider than the container, which causes it to wrap.

    Any insight into what the cause might be would be greatly appreciated!

    Thank you,
  2. Ivan Zhekov
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    604 posts

    Posted 31 Jan 2013 Link to this post

    Hello, Larry.

    In order to properly assist you, we'll need a bit more information:

    Browser and version
    In which versions of which browsers are you experiencing this issue? Would it be in all browsers, or just on some browsers? For instance if it happens in IE, does it happen in all IE browsers, or just few of them? Also, does it happen normally, or [in the case of IE] you have to switch browser version from the toolbar

    What type of zooming are we talking about? There is the so called Text zooming, which zooms just the text and parts of the page (depending on the actual styles) and then you have full page zoom which zooms the entire page, not just the text.

    You say "sometimes". But does it mean sometimes on the same page, or sometimes on different pages? Having different outcome performing the same actions on the same page will be really unlikely, but on different pages it's more or less expected.

    Test case
    It will be nice if we could have a simple testcase that has the issue. Be it a live URL or a sample of your project -- it will help us find the issue [ why pages zoom differently ].

    Ivan Zhekov
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